496 "Lunch" restaurants in New York.
7 Elephants is a takeout-only Thai spot on East Broadway that makes a delicious, peanutty massaman curry.
Evil Katsu is a pop-up on the Lower East Side that serves delicious katsu sandwiches.
If you’re looking to spend under $15 on a delicious meal near the Lower East Side, Dominican spot Sandy’s Coffee Shop needs to be on your radar.
Remember Fieldtrip in LIC when you’re looking for a great, one-bowl meal that will eliminate your need to do dishes.
The LES location of Peppa's Jerk Chicken serves Jamaican food that's just as delicious as what you'll find at their other spots in Brooklyn.
Roc-N-Ramen in the Bronx serves ramen bowls with Caribbean ingredients like curried oxtail and jerk chicken.
Milu is a fast-casual restaurant in Gramercy, but the Chinese food here is much better than what’s normally served at bowl-and-grain-plate spots.
Roberta’s is a pizza place in Bushwick that kickstarted a Neapolitan pie movement in NYC and then started selling frozen pizzas nationwide.
Suki is a Japanese spot in the East Village where you should go the next time you want comfort in the form of a fantastic bowl of curry.
L’ito’s is an all-day Italian-American takeout spot by the Manhattan Bridge in Chinatown with a great Italian combo.
Like its other locations around the city, Xi’an Famous Foods’ Flushing location serves spicy, satisfying western Chinese food we often dream about.
Mom’s Momo is a Tibetan food truck with locations in Jackson Heights and Sunnyside, and it’s a great place to eat beef momos covered in hot sauce.
Not just any halal guys, these are The Halal Guys - a Midtown food truck institution.
If you often spend daylight hours near Trinity Church in FiDi, Indian King Biryani House should be your north star for lunch.